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Social Media Case Study: Chaos Computers Tech Paradise Campaign Posted in Digital Marketing Basics, Concocted by Mike Perk, 2 comments
Published on 6 October 2011

Earlier this year, digital marketing agency World Wide Creative ran a social media campaign for its client, Chaos Computers, a computer and accessories retail chain based in South Africa. Traditionally, Chaos has pushed traditional media hard with weekly double page spreads in local newspapers, but Riaan Swart has started to make forays into digital.

After relaunching their Chaos website with great success last year, Riaan and the team decided to do something extraordinary to rewards its passionate community of fans.

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Mike Perk

Mike is the Managing Director of digital marketing agency World Wide Creative and co-founder of The Heavy Chef Project. A video blogger who happens to know a fair amount about web marketing; presenting on SEO, Usability and Analytics at digital conferences and marketing courses worldwide. A passionate Spurs fan, Mike also co-hosts the popular football video blog: Free-Kick.tv.

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  1. PC Repair In Leicester says

    Thanks for the post it was very creative. I’m thinking of doing something similar but with what problems current and future technology face in terms of user experience and helping them along. Great stuff. Really like it. Gave me a great idea. Thank you.

  2. Wendy Tayler says

    Awesome! Hope it works out for you!





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